Master of Accountancy

Programme

Professional Recognition

Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA)


The Part One of the programme has been accredited by the HKICPA as equivalent to a Conversion Programme for HKICPA Qualification Programme (QP) admission purposes.  Upon    completion of the programme, students are eligible to register in the HKICPA QP (Route 2: Non-Accountancy Degree Holder), provided they hold a recognized Bachelor’s degree. Details could be found via http://www.hkicpa.org.hk/en/become-a-hkicpa/how-to-apply/entry-routes/.


Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

The Part One of the programme has been accreditated by the ACCA. Graduates of the programme can be obtain a maximum exemption of 9 papers (paper F1-F9) from the ACCA professional examination. Details could be searched via https://portal.accaglobal.com/accaweb/faces/page/public/accreditations/enquiry/main/EnqInstitutionsTable.jspx.


CPA Australia



Graduates will be exempted for all 6 subjects in the Foundation exams of the CPA Program. Graduates will also be fast-tracked to becoming CPA Australia Associate members directly after graduation.


Chartered Institute of Management Accountants

Graduates of the MAcc programme could be granted for 12 papers in CIMA professional exams after they completed the Management Case Study Exam in management level through CIMA Master's gateway route.

The Association of International Accountants (AIA)



The programme has been assessed by the AIA for granting exemption of 12 papers in Foundation Level and Professional Level 1.
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